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OXFORD.

Ordinances for the government of St. Bernard's College, in the
parish of St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford. Dated 20 June, 1446. Ch. 180,

Certificate granted by Peter, the prior of the Carmelites, to William
Tanner and Elizabeth his wife, that because of their devotion to the
above order, their names shall be remembered in their prayers and an
obit be kept for them after death. Dated 1481. Ch. 181.

An indenture witnessing that Richard Fitzjames, warden of Merton
College, had borrowed certain books (therein enumerated) from the
library of the college, on the feast of St. Margaret, 1483. Ch. 193.

John Pereson, clerk, late provost of Queen's Coll., grants to Henry
Boste, provost of Queen's Coll. and the fellows there, the whole of that
messuage, &c. with gardens and curtilages adjacent, situate in the
suburbs of Oxford in the parish of St. Michael's without the south
gate, between the church on the north and a lane which leads from the
highway to the Shulvyngstole on the south.

Witnesses, John Soman, mayor, John Creyk and Henry Weston,
bailiffs of Oxford. Dated at Oxford i Oct., i Rich. II. Ch. 194.

Margaret Cliff, widow of Thomas Cliff, late of Enfield, quit-claims
to John Hedde and Henry Crampe all her right in lands, tenements,
&c. formerly her husband's, within and without the city of Oxford.

Dated 20 October, 5 Hen. VIII. Ch. 178.

Bond given by Edward Standische of Oxford, gent., to John
Higdon, S.T.P., the dean and canons of Christ Church, in £30
sterling, for the performance of certain covenants in a pair of
indentures between the same parties.

Dated 3 July, 21 Hen. VIIL Ch. 182.

William Englond, LL.B., quit-claims to Nicolas Mason, clerk,
vicar of Wedon, all his right and interest in that messuage with
gardens, curtilages and appurtenances in the suburbs of the city of
Oxford without the south gate between the east angle of the King's
College or Frideswide the virgin, where the church of St. Michael
first was on the north and a certain lane there leading from the
highway as far as ' Schelvingstol ' on the south.

Dated at Porloke, 9 June, 25 Hen. YIII. Ch. 175.

Nicholas Mason, LL.B., vicar of Murrelynch, co. Somerset, grants
to King Henry VIII a messuage with a garden without the south
gate at Oxford.

Dated 8 May, 38 Hen. VIIL {See 175.) Ch. 183.

Bond in a sum of £100 given by Edward Frere of Oxford, gent.,
to the dean and chapter of Christ Church to abide by the award of
Mr. Rauff Skynner, gent., warden of New College, and Mr. Walter
Wright, LL.D., archdeacon of the county of Oxford, in settlement of
divers controversies between the said parties.

Dated 7 May, 7 Ed. VI . [With seal] Oh, 20S,



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OXFORD.

Indenture, made 14 April, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, by which the
dean and chapter of the cathedral of Christ Church demise to Jamys
Atwood a certain portion of the site of the monastery of Oseney for
3 score and 19 years, paying annually for the same <£i8. Ch. 184.

Writ from Queen Elizabeth to the dean and chapter of Christ
Church, signifying the appointment of James Calfhill, M.A., as canon
in the room of William Tresham, S.T.P., resigned.

Dated at Westminster, 27 July, 2 Elizabeth. Ch. 185.

Bond given by John Petty of Sowthe, dyer, to the provost and
fellows of Queen's, to keep certain conditions in an indenture between
them. Dated 19 Feb., 2 Elizabeth. Ch. 195.

Thomas Neile, of the University of Oxford, S.T.B., and Symon
Dringe of Burton, co. Oxon, executors of the will of Alexander Belsire,
clerk, lately deceased, release to the dean and chapter of Christ Church
all right of action for certain debts, arrears or transgressions to the
date of these presents.

Dated 10 May, 10 Q. Elizabeth. \^With seal.^ Ch. 206*.

Deed by which John Underbill, the rector, and the fellows of Lincoln
appoint Anthony Hartley, M.A., and Anthony Wyllyams their
attornies to receive possession of the Maidenhead Inn and another
tenement in All Saints' parish, Oxford.

Dated 17 day of May, 22 Q. Elizabeth. [With seaZ.] Ch. 207.

Charter (indented) dated 10 Sept., 30 Eliz., by which John Teasler
of St. Giles, husbandman, sells to St. John's College, Oxford, all his
goods moveable and immoveable. [Mutilated.^ Ch. 189.

Licence granted by the dean and chapter of Christ Church to
Thomas Allwyn of the University oft Oxford, that he may assign the
three tenements he holds of them for 40 years, in the parish of
St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford.

Dated 15 January, 42 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 187.

The account of Dionise Edwards and Thomas Blande, church-
wardens of the parish of St. Mary the virgin, Oxford, from the
17 April, 16 1 2, to 8 April, 1613. [Mutilated^ Ch. 192.

Indenture made James I. between Arthur Lake, D.D.,

the warden, and scholars of New College of the one part, and Edward
Galland of the other, being a lease of a tenement with a shop in the
parish of St. Martin, Oxford, for 40 years. [Mutilated.^ Ch. 174.

Diploma from the College of Medicine to Thomas Browne, M.D.,
Oxon. Dated 6 Kal. July, 1665. Ch. 176.

The letters of deacon's orders of Richard Roach, M.A., fellow of
6t. John's, Oxford, from Gilbert, bp. of Bristol.

Dated 29 December, 1689. Ch. igi.

Petition to John, bp. of St. Asaph, and principal of Jesus College,



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OXFORD,
and the fellows of the same, recommending Maurice Anwyll for the
benevolence of the rev. Mr. Edmund Meyrick settled for junior scholars.

Ch. 190.

ROTHERFIELD PEPPARD. Institution of Humphrey Owen,
clerk, D.D., to the rectory of Rotherfield Peppard, Oxon, vacant by
the death of Thomas Pardo the late rector, on the presentation of the
principal and fellows of Jesus College.

Dated 13 August, 1763. Gh. 200.

SANDFORD, DENTON, WHEATLEY, co. Oxon, and
BLEWBURY, co. Berks. Katherine Paynel, daughter of sir Adam
de Pyriton, widow, grants to God and St. Mary and the brethren of the
Knights Templars the manor of Sandford, namely that which sir
Thomas de Sandford had in the same village, saving to her and her
heirs for ever a moiety of three knights' fees which were wont to
pertain to the same manor. Besides she grants to the said Knights
Templars the external services of two hides of land which John de
Gardius held in Denton, and of one hide in "Whateleg' which
Eustace de "VVhateleg' held, which services aforesaid ought to be made
to the said manor of Sandford. Also she grants to them the advowson
of the church of Blebiry with appurtenances, all of which the said
brethren had by the gift of Thomas de Sandford aforesaid, uncle of
her father, and confirmation of her father Adam de Pyriton. To have
and to hold to the said Knights Templars in frankalraoigne, making
to her and her heirs the external service that belongs to one knight's
fee, namely scutage and ward of Wyndeshore for all secular services,
and demands.

Witnesses. Sir Hugh de Plessys, sir Fulk de Rycote, sir "William

le Moyne, sir Richard le Povre, Robert de Lowches and others.

(c. 1260-70.) [With seal.'] Ch. 207*.

SWANTON NOWERS, co. Norfolk. Indenture made
I May, 2 Eliz., between the dean and chapter of Christ Church of the
one part, and John Spratt of Barnly in the county of Norfolk of the
other, being a lease of their manor of Swanton Nowers, co. Norfolk, for
73 years, paying annually £28 165. 9c?. Ch. 186.

TACKLEY. Account of books, vessels, &c. belonging to the
parish church of Tackley, taken 27 September, 1756. Ch. 201.

TETTESWORTH. Peter Talemasche grants to John Doilli for
his homage and service, and for one horse of 10 marks, and for one
*Niso,' which he gave to him, one virgate of land in Tetteswrda,
namely, that land which William, son of the priest, held; paying
annually one pair of white gloves at Easter for all service, (c. 1170—
80.) Ch. 202.

WITNEY. Copy of an entry on the court roll of the manor of
Witney. 7 October, 1640. Ch. 203.

WOODSTOCK. Warrant of King Charles II for the payment to
Edward, earl of Clarendon, of an annual sum of £80 out of the manor



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OXFORD,
of Woodstock, namely, £40 for entertainment and £40 for hay for
feeding the deer.

Dated at Westminster, 7 January, 18 year of his reign. Ch. 204.



BANBURY (Hundred of). A roll headed 'Oxon,' Banbury
hundred, March, 1607, being the amount at which the inhabitants were
assessed for a subsidy in lands and goods. Oxon Rolls, i.

BLOXHAM. Roll indented, being the account of Simon Herdwyk,
bailiflf of Thomas de Wyckham, of moneys received by him, 3 and 4
Hen. VI. Rolls, 2.

BLOXHAM (Manor of). Rental of the manor of Bloxham from
34 Hen. VIII to an. 1575. Rolls, 3-10.

BLOXHAM (Hundred of). Subsidy roll for the hundred of
Bloxham. Dated 1607. Rolls, 11.

EWELME (Honour of). Pleas of the honour of Ewelme at courts
held each month, commencing 21 October, 31 Elizabeth, and ending
7 May, 32 Elizabeth. (4 membranes) Rolls, 12.

OXrORD. The account of John Janyns and John Morley, proctors
or keepers of the goods and rents of the parish of St. Mary the virgin,
St. Mary parish, from 39 Hen. VI to i Ed. IV, for one year. Rolls, 1 3.

The account of Robert Mosley and Thomas Uffington, proctors and
keepers of the goods of the chantry of St. Thomas, in the church of
St. Mary the Virgin, from Michaelmas i Ric. III. to Michaelmas
2 Ric. III. Rolls, 14.

The accounts of Master Huese and John Hoore, proctors and keepers
of the goods and ornaments of the church of St. Mary the virgin
from Mich. 30 Hen. VIII. to the same feast, 31 Hen. VIII. Rolls, 15.

The account of John Gore and Jamys Edmunds, churchwardens and
keepers of St. Mary's parish church, Oxford, 3rd to the 4th of
Edward VI. Rolls, 16.

The account of Thomas Ryley and John Spenser, guardians of
St. Mary's church, Oxford, for the 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Rolls, 17.

The account of Herbert Westfalinge, S.T.P,, and Thomas Bernarde,
clerk, treasurers of Christ Church, from Michaelmas, 8 Elizabeth, to
the same feast, 9 Elizabeth. Rolls, 18.

The account of John Estwick and William Pye, proctors of the
University of Oxford, for the 34 Hen. VIII. Rolls, 19.

Roll of accounts of Henry Gaudy and Arthur Charlett, proctors of
the University, from 18 Apl. 1683 to the 9th Apl. 1684. Rolls, 20.

Roll of five membranes containing the names of men matriculated
in the years 17 14 and 17 15. Rolls, 21.

Two membranes, dated 17 15, containing the names of those who
matriculated, in Thomas Heame's handwriting. RoUSf 22.



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OXFORD.

An inspeximus roll, dated 20th April, 2 Hen. V, of the charters of

K. Hen. Ill, K. Edward I, and K. Edward III, granted to the

hospital of St. John without the east gate, Oxford. Rolls, 23.

Roll of four membranes (ist torn), being :

2. List of charters, &c. of lands in the city of Oxford, xlix to Ixxxi.

3. List of charters of lands, &c. in the county of Buckingham,

i. to ix.
Do. in CO. of "Warwick, i. to xii.

4. Do. in CO. of Oxford, i. to Ixxii. Rolls, 24.

A roil of two membranes joined together, endorsed by A. Wood : —
* This roll containes the naes of certaine MSS. in bib. coll. Mert., their
prices, their beginnings & by whoe given.' Rolls, 25.

Inrolment of evidences concerning Arthur hall and Hert hall,
situate in the parish of St. Peter in the East, and conveyed to Walter
de Stapledon, bishop of Exeter, for the foundation of his college.
viz. Rolls, 26.

{a) Agnes de Staunton, widow, quit-claims to John de Doklington all

her right in a tenement which she had by the gift of Alice

in the parish of St. Peter in the East, Oxford.

Witnesses. William de Burcestre and John de Hampton, then
bailiffs of Oxford. Dated at Oxford the Thursday on the
feast of St. Mark, evangelist, i Ed. II.

(6) Margery, wife of Elye le Quilter, of Oxford, quit-claims to John de
Dokelington of Oxford all her right by reason of dower in the
whole of that tenement, with appurtenances, which the said John
holds by demise of Agnes, late wife of John de Staunton of Oxford,
which tenement is called 'Arthur halle,' lying in the parish of
St. Peter in the East, between a tenement of the abbot of Oseney of
the one part, and a tenement of Adam de Spaldyng on the other.
Dated at Oxford the Wednesday on the morrow of St. Leo the
pope, 5 Ed. 11.

(c) John de Dokelyngton, of Oxford, grants to master Walter de
Stapledon, bp. of Exeter, and master Richard de Wydeslade, clerk,
one messuage called 'le Herthall,' which he had by the gift and
concession of Ely, son of Ely de Hertford, and which is situated in
the parish of St. Peter in the East, Oxford, between a tenement of
the University of Oxford called * le Blakehall ' on the west, and a
tenement of the prioress and convent of Stodlegh on the east. Also
he grants to the said Walter and Richard another messuage which
he had by the gift and concession of Agnes, who was the wife of
John de Stanton of Oxford, situated in the parish of St. Peter in
the East, between a tenement of the abbot and convent of Osney on
the east, and a tenement of Adam de Spaldyng on the west. For
this donation the said Richard and Walter gave 80 marks sterling.

Witnesses. William de Burncestre, then mayor of Oxford, John
de Hampton and Richard de Berkeleye, then bailiffs.

Dated at Oxford the Thursday next after the feast of St. Leo the
pope, 5 Ed. II.



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OXFORD.

(d) Richard de Wydeslade, precentor of the church of Cryditon, quit-
claims to Walter, bishop of Exeter, all his right in two messuages
situated in the parish of St. Peter in the East, Oxford, of which one
is called Hert hall, and now called Stapyldon hall, and another is
called Arthur hall, of which messuages the said Richard and Walter
were infeoffed by John de Dokelyngton of Oxford.

Dated at Oxford, 7 April, 13 14, and 7 Ed. II.

(e) Letters patent of King Edward II., dated at York, 10 May, 7th of
his reign, being a grant of a licence of mortmain to Walter, bp. of
Exeter, to assign two messuages in Oxford to 1 2 scholars studying
in the University of the said town. To hold the same for ever.
Inrolment of muniments relating to Stapledon hall and of the hall

formerly called the hall of St. Stephen, in the parish of St. Mildred,
Oxford, temp. Ed. I. viz. Rolls, 27.

{a) Geoffrey de Merston, skinner, grants to master William de
Coudrey one plot of land, having in breadth within the walls of
the said William ' 6 ulnas regias cum police et quaterium unius ulne^
and in length the whole space of the land between master Thomas
de Radenore's on the west, and the land of the abbess of Godstowe on
the east, which plot of land lies between the land of the said master
WiUiam on the north and the land of the donor on the south, in the
parish of St. Mildred, Oxford. For this donation the said William
gave 405. sterling.

Witnesses. Nicholas de Kyngyston, then mayor of Oxford,
Thomas de Sowy and Ralph le Plummere, bailiffs.

(6) William Crompe grants to master William de Coudray a certain
house in Oxford in the parish of St. Mildred, which is situated
between the house which was Hugh Rufy's of the one part, and the
house of the abbess of Godstow of the other ; paying annually to
Thomas de Sowe, clerk, 2s., to the church of St. Mildred 2c?., and to
him and his heirs id.

Witnesses. Nicholas de Kyngyston, then mayor of Oxford,
Geoffrey the goldsmith and Nicholas de Collushulle, then
bailiffs.

(c) Thomas de Sowy quit-claims to master William de Coudrey all
right in 2s. annual rent which he was accustomed to receive from
the messuage situate between the land of the abbess of Godstowe on
the one part and the land of Lucy la Rede on the other in the parish
of St. Mildred, Oxford.

{d) Thomas de Merston quit- claims to master William de Coudrey all his
right in a certain house in Oxford in the parish of St. Mildred, which
master Thomas de Radenor bought of Geoffrey de Merston his
brother, and which the said Thomas de Radenor sold to the said
William ; also he quit-claims all right in a piece of land behind the
said house.

Dated the Monday next after the Purification B.V.M., 1284.

(e) Alice, daughter of Henry de la Grave, quit-claims to master William
de Coudray, all her right in that tenement which she formerly had
by the gift of the said William in the parish of St. Mildred, Oxford.



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OXFORD.
For this donation the said William gave to her in exchange the
whole of that tenement which he had by the gift of sir Henry
Bueles, kt., and of Henry his son, in the village of Curtelingtone.
Witnesses. John Culverd, mayor of Oxford, Andrew d-e Pyrie
and John Wyr, bailiffs. Dated at Oxford on the feast of
St. Peter ad vine., 2 2 Ed. I.

{/) Margery, formerly wife of Geoffrey Strustan of Merston, quit-
claims to master William de Coudray and his assigns, all right in a
certain place and buildings which the said William bought of her
husband. For which quit-claim he gave los. beforehand.

Witness. Thomas Sewy, then mayor of Oxford. Dated at
Oxford the Tuesday next after the feast of St. John Bapt., 23
Ed. I.

{g) Geoffrey de Coudray quit-claims to master William de Coudray all
right which he has by reason of gift, demise, or any other manner
in his houses in Oxford and land in Curtelington.

Dated at Halsale, the Tuesday in Pentecost week, 24 Ed. I.

(h) Gilbert de Coudray quit-claims to Walter, bp. of Exeter, all his
right in a certain burgage which he had formerly by the gift and
feoffment of master William de Coudray, in the parish of St. Mildred,
opposite to the walls on the north of the said town, and which
burgage was formerly William Crompe's.

(i) William de Coudray grants to William, son of Thomas de la Rode
of Cornwall, and to Peter de Skelton, clerk, and the longest liver
of them, the whole of that messuage which he had by the gift
of William Crompe in the town of Oxford against the walls of
the said town, in the parish of St. Mildred, which messuage is
situated between the land of the abbess and convent of Godstowe
on the one part, and a messuage formerly John Culveret's on the
other; with the whole of the lower court which he had by the gift of
Geoffrey de Mersthon, paying annually for the term of his life 40.9.
Witnesses. Philip de Ow, then mayor of Oxford, Andrew de Pyrye
and John de ColushuUe, then bailiffs.

{k) Henry, son of sir Henry de Boveles, kt., of Curtelingtone, quit-
claims for himself and wife to William, son of Thomas de Rode of
Cornwall, and Peter de Skelton, all their right in a certain messuage
in Oxford, which messuage they had by the gift of William de
Coudray.

(I) William, son of Thomas de la Rode of Cornwall, grants to Peter de
Skelton, clerk, the whole of his part of a messuage with appur-
tenances which he had by the gift of master William de Coudray,
and also his part of the court, which messuage and court is
situated in the parish of St. Mildred, Oxford, against the walls of
the same town, between a tenement of the abbess and convent of
Godestowe on the east, and a tenement which was formerly John
Culverd's on the west.

Witnesses. John de Dokelyngton, then mayor of Oxford, Yv^alter
Wicumbe and William de Penuard, then bailiffs,
u



290 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
(m) William de la Rode of Cornwall remits and quit-claims to Peter de
Skelton all his right in the messuage and court described above (l).
Witnesses. William de Burcestre, then mayor of Oxford, Henry
de Lynne and Gilbert de Grenestede, then bailiffs. Dated at
Oxford on the day of St. Barnabas the apostle, 6 Ed. II.
(n) Peter de Skelton, clerk, at the instance of Walter, bp. of Exeter,
grants to the rector and scholars of Stapeldonehalle in the university
of Oxford, one messuage with appurtenances called the hall of St.
Stephen in Oxford, situated in the parish of St. Mildred, opposite to
the north wall which incloses the town, between the nQrth_^ate of
the said town and Smythegate, to hold the same in frankalmoigne.
Dated at Chuddelegh, co. Devon, the Monday on the feast of St.
Faith, virgin, 9 Ed. II.
(0) John de Skelton, brother of master Peter de Skelton, quit-claims
to the rector and scholars of Stapeldonhalle all his right in the
messuage described as above {n).

Dated at London the Friday on the moiTow of St. Leonard,
9 Ed. II.

(p) Peter de Skelton, clerk, at the instance of Walter, bp. of Exeter,
grants to the rector and scholars of Stapeldon halle in the university
of Oxford, two chambers with an area pertaining to the same,
commonly called ' la Lavandrie,' which he had by the gift of the
abbess of Godestowe, situated on the east part of a certain messuage
which is called St. Stephen's hall.

Dated at Chuddelegh in the county of Devon the Tuesday on the
morrow of St. Faith, virgin, 9 Ed. II.

(5) Henry, son of sir Henry de Boveles of Curtelington, and Alice his
wife, remit and quit-claim to William, son of Thomas de la Rode
of Cornwall, and Peter de Skelton, clerk, all their right in a certain
tenement which formerly the said Alice his wife had by the gift of
master William de Coudray in the parish of St. Mildred in Oxford.
Dated at Oxford on the morrow of St. John ante port. Lat.,
25 Ed. L

Roll of charters connected with the claim of University college to
the property of Walter the goldsmith in the parish of All Saints,
Oxford. Bolls, 28.

(a) Geofirey, the goldsmith, commonly called . . . , burgess of Oxford,
acknowledges to have received of Gilbert de Gonwardby, burgess of
Oxford, £ 1 000, and for security thereof mortgages to him or his attorney
5 tenements in the High Street above the corner of the cemetery of
the church of All Saints, and 3 messuages and 3 shops in the parish of
St. Mildred, 3 messuages in the parish of St. Martin, 2 cottages in the
parish of St. Thomas, one messuage and 3 cottages in the parish of
St. Ebbe, 2 messuages in Grauntpount, one cottage in the parish of
St. Edward, 2 messuages in the parish of St. John, one messuage in
the parish of St. Peter in the east, 3 tenements in the parish of
St. Peter in the bailey, 4 tenements and 6 acres of land in Halivelle,
3 messuages in the parish of St. Giles, 20 acres of land in Beaumont and
the field of Walton, and 40 acres of meadow behind Oseney in Irland,



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OXFORD,
and Arly, Alrycliseyte and SwyneshuU, and 30s. annual rent going
out of divers places in the town.

Dated on Whitsunday [17 Hen. III].
[Copy of a spurious deed advanced by University college, in support
of their title to Gonwardby's lands.]

(b) Gilbert de Gonewardeby, burgess of Oxon, recites the bond given
by Geoffrey the goldsmith to himself in £1000 payable on tlie feast
of St. Martin in the winter, 1 6 years after the date of the said bond,
a-nd by this charter covenants with the said Geoffrey, that he shall
enjoy the same for his life, reserving to himself and John de
Gonewardeby his son, the reversion of the same after the death of
the said Geoffrey ; the said Gilbert grants and quit- claims to John
his son and his heirs all right in the said lands mentioned in (a).

Dated at Oxford on the feast of St. Mary the virgin . . Hen. III.
(^Daie rubbed away.) (Sjpurious.)

(c) Abstracts of charters of lands and rents in * Bocheria ' in All Saints'
parish, Oxford.

{d) An agreement between John and Walter the goldsmiths, and
John Gonwardby, mercer, of Oxford, concerning the bond of £1000
secured by Geoffrey the goldsmith on his lands &c. as described in
(a), by which the said lands &c. are granted to John and Walter
for their lives. This agreement to be maintained under a penalty
of £3000.

Dated at Oxford on the morrow of St. Michael the archangel,
(29) Hen. III. (^Sjpurious.)

(e) John de Gonewardeby, mercer, of Oxford, grants to John de
Gonewardeby his younger son the reversion of his house in the
parish of All Saints, Oxford, between tenements formerly John
Goldesmyth's, after the death of Thomas de Gonewardeby his ^!der
son, also the reversion of all the lands which he had by the gift
and feoffment of John the goldsmith and Walter his brother.

Dated at Oxford the Thursday on the feast of the Epiphany,
. . Ed. II. (Spurious.)

{/) John .... of Oxford grants to John de Denchesworth and
Elizabeth his wife the whole of that messuage in the parish of
St. Martin, Oxford, * in Bocheria.'

Dated at Oxford on St. Vincent's day, 1 3 Ed. III.

{g) Writ of supersedeas in a cause between Edmund Fraunceys and
Idonea his wife on the one part, and the master and scholars of
University College on the other.

Dated at New Sarum, 22 May, 7 Rich. II.

(h) John, son of Walter the goldsmith, of Oxon, grants to John de
Gonwardby and his wife Joan, daughter of the said John, the whole



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